Tag: seasons

springtime in wadi rum desert
climate & seasons

What is springtime like in Wadi Rum desert?

Spring, the most beautiful season of all! It is the season of life, renewal, rebirth, rejuvenation, resurrection, and regrowth. It is the favorite season of many people all around the world. And here in Wadi Rum,

winter vacation with snow in wadi rum
climate & seasons

Wadi Rum desert: your winter vacation destination

Deserts are known for sweltering summers and bitterly cold winter. In the Wadi Rum desert, this is slightly different. Wadi Rum desert is about 1000 meters above sea level, which limits the extreme temperatures quite a

sandstorm in wadi rum village
climate & seasons

7 questions about sandstorms answered

Last week many countries in the Middle East were hit by an unseasonal, massive sandstorm. From the 6th until the 11th of September, the storm swept through Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, the Palestinian territories, Jordan, Egypt,

plants growing during autumn in wadi rum desert
climate & seasons

5 reasons to visit Wadi Rum desert in autumn

Imagine, it is a day in October. Today you start your Wadi Rum desert experience. You feel excited and ready—Ready for your adventure. In the next five days, you hike and trek through one of the

our cave during a hot summer day
climate & seasons

How to enjoy your desert tour on a hot summer day

Deserts are inhospitable places. They are known for the cold winters, hot summers, the harsh sun, dry winds, and little rainfall. You would not expect that these places have a magical attraction. But they do. Wadi

fawaz making pictures for wadi rum nomads
Wadi Rum Nomads

Review on Wadi Rum Nomads’ online activities

It is early March 2015. Winter left Wadi Rum desert, and we enjoy the warmer and sunnier spring weather. It will not be long before travelers come to enjoy the beauty of Wadi Rum desert once

fawaz enjoying the rain in wadi rum desert
climate & seasons

An interesting insight on Wadi Rum climate and seasons

There are three types of desert climate; hot, mild, and cold. Wadi Rum has a ‘hot arid’ desert climate, which means that our annual temperature is above 18 degrees Celsius. And the annual rainfall does not